I think JGroups is the only one. I think we need to sort out some
sort of logging standard for JBoss. Who wants to bell THAT cat,
On 18 Aug 2008, at 14:57, Bela Ban wrote:
I agree on the insanity of it all. Good that JGroups is not the only
dep which requires you to suck in commons-logging... :-)
Manik Surtani wrote:
> It *is* commons logging.
> On 16 Aug 2008, at 09:12, Bela Ban wrote:
>> Actually, which logging library does JBossCache use today ? I
>> thought it was commons-logging...
>> Jason T. Greene wrote:
>>> Manik Surtani wrote:
> <SNIP />
>>>> Hmm, another jar dep. We need commons logging anyway for JGroups.
>>> Unfortunately I already have to include JBoss Logging since AOP
>>> uses it.
> For chrissake. Why on earth is LOGGING of all things such a
> challenge? So this means using JBC with Hibernate will NOW need
> commons logging (JBC, JGroups), jboss logging (AOP) and slf4j
> (Hibernate), and all the while the JDK provides logging as well?!?
> This is insane.
> Manik Surtani
> Lead, JBoss Cache
Lead JGroups / Clustering Team
JBoss - a division of Red Hat
Lead, JBoss Cache